Originally Posted by sockpirate;13943814
PLL overvolt is not needed in most sandy chips until 4.8+ multipliers, the higher you can go without needing it, the better.
that is actually incorrect, no one really knows what it's for. I found through testing, that when enabled I actually couldn't boot into windows with it with a 55x multiplier, however, once disabled I was able to boot into windows with a 55x multiplier. This pretty much defies the whole propsed aspect of being only enabled when requiring a set amount of multiplier in this case 48x.
So for me I usually have it enabled and disable spread spectrum to eliminate fluctuations of the core speed under load.